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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post

    Way better wave than a mojo... Lol


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    maybe a old Mojo
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    Daze you part of the inner circle too?
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    nope, not at all, other than what created that wave
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    Give me a 22-23 foot boat, wide pickle fork front end, 102 inch beam, a flat hull, and high free board so it can hold a ton of weight and we don't have to be seat nazis due to the wave washing out whenever someone leans over to get a beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by rdlangston13 View Post
    Give me a 22-23 foot boat, wide pickle fork front end, 102 inch beam, a flat hull, and high free board so it can hold a ton of weight and we don't have to be seat nazis due to the wave washing out whenever someone leans over to get a beer


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    Sounds like a solid boat. What is the current widest moomba? Xlv or mojo? How wide? .... I'm lazy

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    Well, the XLV was disco'd last yr, so guess you have to say its the Mojo.
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    At 102", the wheels would have to be under the boat like trailering a pontoon boat as that is the max width allowed on the roads.
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    24 is a 102" beam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdlangston13 View Post
    Give me a 22-23 foot boat, wide pickle fork front end, 102 inch beam, a flat hull, and high free board so it can hold a ton of weight and we don't have to be seat nazis due to the wave washing out whenever someone leans over to get a beer


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    I think it's called a G23 and it starts at about $105K. They are available right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zabooda View Post
    At 102", the wheels would have to be under the boat like trailering a pontoon boat as that is the max width allowed on the roads.
    if you look at boating specs, most of the larger boats are sporting 102" beams. my 22ft rides over the tires. kind of hard to get into it off the trailer.
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